Showing Off

For Women’s History Month, the leaders of the Moravian College for Women History Project—Jeanne Taccarino Guaraldo ’69, Garry Earles ’70, and Elizabeth Tyler Bugaighis ’87—have organized an exhibit that pays tribute to the long heritage of education for women at Moravian. Artifacts and archival photographs focus on Moravian College for Women from its chartering in 1913 to its merger with the men’s college in 1954. It’s on view Friday, March 15, through March 31 in the lobby of Prosser Auditorium.

March 12, 2002

Viva voce!
Metropolitan Opera mezzo Denyce Graves to sing recital at the College. With sidebar about Pennsylvania African-American composer Harry Thacker Burleigh, whose work she will perform.
A Tip of the Hat
Moravian is accepted for 2003 edition of Princeton Review's "The Best 331 Colleges."
In the News
A new feature to keep faculty/staff informed about articles and issues of interest to higher education.
Showing Off
Exhibit about Moravian College for Women.
Women of the World
NBC foreign affairs commentator Andrea Mitchell, African-American poet Sonia Sanchez to appear at Moravian.
This Just In
New faculty appointments.
Nominations ...
Notices of fellowships and awards.
...and Recognition
Staff service anniversaries.
Events on and around campus.
Faculty/staff achievements.